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Green River Community College

An aspiring electrical engineer, Ugo Nwachuku, 19, of Lagos, Nigeria, also came to Green
River at 17. "I don't think I would have had the
right attitude and mental state to carry on and be
a good student if I'd gone straight to university,"
said Nwachuku, who won a scholarship to Drexel
University. This "prepares you for a whole lot of
situations in life."

Studying in Japan and Australia
Education abroad is a tough sell at Green River,
Retired history Professor
History Professor Michelle
as it is at most community colleges due princiBruce Haulman has led the
Marshman stays in touch
Australia/New Zealand
with students from Pakistan
pally to financial reasons, but programs to Japan, Photography Professor
Gary Oliveira developed
education abroad program,
and the Middle East
Australia, and New Zealand are popular. Sixty- Green River's Study in
among the most popular
who attended a summer
and longest running.
leadership program.
four students studied abroad in 2011-2012. Gary Japan program.
Oliveira, who teaches photography, led Green
River's own 10-week study program in Japan four times. "Many do ington community colleges. Haulman had to turn students away
it on financial aid and loans. A lot don't get help from their parents," from a popular London program in the 1990s. He applauded the
said Oliveira. "I've had students who brought a lunch on every field support he got from college leaders. "It's an entrepreneurial model.
trip and did whatever they could to cut costs."
If you want to do something and it's not going to have a negative
Among the most popular and longest running is the 10-week financial impact, why not try?" Haulman said.
education abroad program that history Professor Bruce Haulman,
now emeritus, has led to Australia and New Zealand each winter Development Works Open a New Chapter
since 2001. It draws 30 students, including some from other Wash- As vice president of international programs and extended learning,
Edith Bannister, newly retired, cultivated partnerships with
schools in Denmark, France, Australia, New Zealand, India,
Japan, China, Finland, and Iceland.
Her spouse, Barry Bannister, has helped the college open
a new chapter in internationalization by undertaking international development projects. The Australian educator
and management consultant has worked on international
education projects across Asia and the Middle East for the
World Bank and other clients.
Since 2007 he has helped Green River win $1.5 million
in U.S. State Department grants to host students from developing countries each summer. Green River is the only
community college among four institutions offering the
Study of the United States Institutes for Student Leaders
(SUSI) program on women's leadership. Female students
from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan,
and Uzbekistan took classes in summer July 2013, and in
the past students have come from the Middle East, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and India to study communications, human
rights, the U.S. Constitution, and gender. Edith Bannister,
who directs the project, said, "It's helped internationalize
the faculty."
Edith Bannister, newly retired vice president of international programs and
World history professor Michelle Marshman called
extended learning, directs the State Department-funded summer leadership
program for students from South Asia, North Africa, and the Middle East.
it "an absolute gift" to have these students in her classes.
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Front Lines
In Brief
New Windows on the World
Green River Community College Attracts International Students at an Early Age
Education Abroad
Foreign Student Affairs
Internationalization Leadership
Partnering
View From Out Here
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In Focus
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